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How to Solve PM Case Studies in Less Time
Product Management is situational and contextual. No product development lifecycle is going to be seamlessly executed every single time for every single product. Similarly, during the interview process, the same answer for similar questions will not always be correct. These answers change based on who is asking and context behind the questions they are asking – specifically, for the case study based questions.
How to Write the Best Product Manager Resume
A good resume is not about you; it’s about the reader. The first reader you will have is the recruiter and you need to start thinking about the end user experience your resume offers. In other words, you need to treat your resume like a Product. Our members coaching with Product Gym are averaging about 10 to 22+ Product Manager interviews a week by using this formula.
How to Win the Google Product Manager Interview
There isn’t a single person we know that wouldn’t want to work for Google. Most people don’t even get a chance to interview with them and now you do. How do you even begin to prepare for one of the most important (if not the most important) interview you will ever have in your lifetime?
How to Win the Facebook Product Manager Interview
At Product Gym, we have encountered many people that have dealt with noteworthy companies such as Facebook, whether they’re a student or a teacher. The social media giant has been heavily pursued as a great place to work at by Product Managers and non-Product Managers alike. However, when it comes to applying for a Product Manager position at Facebook, it becomes very hard to get in, as they are obviously selective with any position that they may have available. It is therefore very important to take advantage of any opportunity you may get.